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الإنجليزية - التركية
pişmek
açığa çıkmak
ateşlenmek
{f} ateş et

Polis memuru kuru sıkı ateş etti. - The police officer fired a blank.

Tom çabucak silahını yeniden yükledi ve ateş etti. - Tom quickly reloaded his gun and fired.

ateşlenmiş
işine son vermek, işten atılmak

to be fired.

fire
{f} ateşlemek
fire
yangın

Yangın çocukların kibritlerle oynamasından kaynaklandı. - The fire was brought about by children's playing with matches.

İtfaiye gelmeden yangın sonraki binaya yayıldı. - The fire had spread to the next building before the firemen came.

fire
kovmak

Bu kadar sık geç gelirsen, seni işten kovmak zorunda kalacağım. - I'll have to fire you if you come late so often.

Patron beni kovmakla tehdit etti. - The boss threatened to fire me.

Fire
(isim) Ateş

Hayvanlar ateşten korkar. - Animals are afraid of fire.

Ateş olmayan yerden duman çıkmaz. - Where there's smoke there's fire.

fired out
dışarı ateş
fired power
ateş gücü
fired block brick
(İnşaat) pişmiş blok tuğla
fire
{f} işten atmak

Tom'u işten atmak için otoritem yok. - I don't have the authority to fire Tom.

İstediğim kişiyi işten atmakta haklı olduğumu düşündüm. - I thought I had the right to fire anyone I wanted to.

fire
yakmak

Bir kadınla tartışmak suyu boğmaya çalışmak, ateşi yakmak, toprağı kazmak ya da havayı yakalamaya çalışmak gibidir. - Arguing with a woman is like trying to drown the water, burn the fire, dig the soil or catch the air.

Tom ateş yakmak zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to make a fire.

fire
yanmak
fire
{f} (kurşun, top, belirli bir el silah) atmak
fire
{f} (tüfek, top, v.b.'ni) ateşlemek; (silah) ateş almak
fire
{f} (toprak eşyayı) (fırında)
fire
cehennem
fire
cehennem azabı
fire
{f} ateş et

Ateş etrafında oynamak tehlikelidir. - It's dangerous to play around the fire.

Tom Mary'ye ateş etmek istedi fakat John onu durdurdu. - Tom wanted to fire Mary, but John stopped him.

fire
{f} işten çıkar
fire
işten çıkarmak
fire
(Tıp) İltihap
fire
{i} alev

Kümes alev aldı ama tavuklar kaçtı. - The henhouse caught fire, but the chickens escaped.

İtfaiye, alevleri kontrol altına getirmek için çalışıyor. - The firefighters are trying to bring the flames under control.

be fired
işten kovulmak
fire
ısıtıcı
fire
işten çıkartma
fire
sıcaklık
fire
parlamak
fire
silah atmak
fire
teşvik etmek
fire
isten atmak
fire
dehlemek
fire
tezkeresini eline vermek
fire
alevlendirmek
fire
püskürtmek
fire
patlatmak
fire
isten çıkarmak
fire
avaraya vermek
fire
azletmek
fire
fayrap etmek
fire
(Kanun) yangın çıkarmak
fire
fesatçı
fire
(Gıda) ateş tuğlası
fire
kışkırtmak
fire
fırınlamak
fire
ısı

Ateş yanarken kendinizi ısıtın. - Warm yourself while the fire burns.

Lütfen ateşte kendini ısıt. - Please warm yourself at the fire.

fire
sepetlemek
fire
sepet havası çalmak
fire
kundakçı
fire
körüklemek
fire
parlaklık
fire
tahrik etmek
fire
dağlamak
fire
yanma

Islak odun iyi yanmaz. - Wet firewood doesn't burn well.

Biz ateşin yanmasını sürdürdük. - We kept the fire burning.

fire
ısıtma aygıtı
fire
ateşlendirmek
fire
gayrete getirmek
fire
tutuşturmak
fire
(seramik/vb.) pişirmek
fire
ateş etmek

Tom Mary'ye ateş etmek istedi fakat John onu durdurdu. - Tom wanted to fire Mary, but John stopped him.

fire
heyecanlandırmak
fire
ateşe vermek

Sami kulübeyi ateşe vermek istedi. - Sami wanted to set the shed on fire.

O, evimizi ateşe vermekle tehdit etti. - She threatened to set our house on fire.

fire
canlandırmak
Fire
od
coal-fired
(Enerji Üretimi) Kömür yakıtlı
fire
ateşi
fire
âteşin
fire
{f} ateşle

Tom ateşle kendisini ısıttı. - Tom warmed himself by the fire.

Tom bazı havai fişekleri ateşledi. - Tom set off some fireworks.

gas-fired power plants
fosil yakıtla çalışan enerji santrali
get fired
(deyim) İşten kovulmak

John got fired because he was always late.

not fired
işten değil
oil-fired
petrol yakıtlı
was fired
görevden alındı
wood-fired
odun yakıtlı
all fired
son derece
be fired
işten atılmak
be fired
işten çıkarılmak
be fired
defteri dürülmek
fire
firearms ateşli silahlar
fire
{f} alev almak
fire
parıltı

Ateşin parıltısını millerce görebildiniz. - You could see the glow of the fire for miles.

fire
kıvılcım
fire
ateş etme

Tom Mary'ye ateş etmedi. - Tom didn't fire Mary.

Tom ateş etmeden önce Mary'ye bir uyarı daha vermesi gerektiğini söyledi. - Tom said that he needed to give Mary one more warning before he could fire her.

fire
{f} ısıtmak
fire
{i} yangı

Yangın hamamda başladı. - The fire started in the bathhouse.

Yangın çocukların kibritlerle oynamasından kaynaklandı. - The fire was brought about by children's playing with matches.

fire
fire alarm yangın zili
fire
hararet
fire
top şeklindeki şimşek
fire
(Tıp) Yılancık
fire
{f} soru yağmuruna tutmak
fire
{f} işten kovmak

Bu kadar sık geç gelirsen, seni işten kovmak zorunda kalacağım. - I'll have to fire you if you come late so often.

fire
{f} ateş almak
fire
{f} çalışmak (motor vb.)
fire
atom bombası patladığında hasıl olan ateş top
fire
{f} soruvermek
fire
(fiil) yakmak, işten atmak, tutuşturmak, ısıtmak, ateşlemek, işten kovmak, kovmak, işten çıkarmak, alev almak, yanmak, ateş almak, çalışmak (motor vb.), soruvermek, soru yağmuruna tutmak
fire
ocak
fire
fireball akanyıldız
fire
heyecan
fire
(Askeri) ATEŞ: Bir silahı ateşlemek rampadaki bir roketi veya füzeyi fırlatmak suretiyle elde edilen sonuç
fire
{i} hırs
gas fired
gazla çalışan
التركية - التركية

تعريف fired في التركية التركية القاموس.

fire
Bir iş yapılırken çıkan artık parça
fire
Her tür ticari malda kuruma, dökülme, bozulma gibi sebeplerle eksilme, ağırlık yitimi
fire
Azalma, eksilme
fire
Kuruma, dökülme, bozulma gibi nedenlerle bir malda meydana gelen eksilme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Simple past tense and past participle of fire
let go from a job
having lost your job
past of fire
{s} dismissed from a job
fired away
Simple past tense and past participle of fire away
fired off
Simple past tense and past participle of fire off
fired up
Very emotional or excited, positively or negatively, regarding something

Watching the political commentators on cable news channels always gets him fired up.

fired up
Simple past tense and past participle of fire up
fired from the hip
{f} shot quickly and at close range; acted rashly, acted without deliberation
all fired up
excited or energized; highly enthusiastic

They were all fired up to see the show.

all-fired
Extreme, excessive

It's an all-fired outrage to tell any human creature that he's bound to hell.

all-fired
Extremely, inordinately, very

Of course, I was only stringing Jerry . . . he thinks he's so all-fired cute and smart.

dry fired
Simple past tense and past participle of dry fire
fire
One of the four basic elements
fire
To cause an action potential in a cell

When a neuron fires, it transmits information.

fire
To forcibly direct (something)

He answered the questions the reporters fired at him.

fire
To shoot; to attempt to score a goal
fire
The in-flight bullets or other projectiles shot from a gun

The fire from the enemy guns kept us from attacking.

fire
To drive away by setting a fire
fire
One of the five basic elements (see Wikipedia article on the Classical elements)
fire
The elements necessary to start a fire

The fire was laid and needed to be lit.

fire
To terminate the employment contract of an employee, especially for cause (such as misconduct or poor performance)

She should fire the employee who stole from the company.

fire
A button (of a joypad, joystick or similar device) whose only or main current function is that when it is pressed causes a video game character to fire a weapon
fire
To shoot a gun, a cannon or a similar weapon

His nail gun fired about twenty roofing nails a minute.

fire
To set (something) on fire

It was long a question of debate, whether the burning of the South Side ghetto was accidental, or whether it was done by the Mercenaries; but it is definitely settled now that the ghetto was fired by the Mercenaries under orders from their chiefs.

fire
A heater or stove used in place of a real fire (such as an electric fire)
fire
To heat without setting on fire, as ceramic, metal objects, etc

They fire the wood to make it easier to put a point on the end.

fire
To shoot (a device that launches a projectile or a pulse of stream of something)

He fired his radar gun at passing cars.

fire
Something that has produced or is capable of producing this chemical reaction, such as a campfire

We sat around the fire singing songs and telling stories.

gas-fired
Powered by burning natural gas

a gas-fired power station.

fire
feelings of great warmth and intensity; "he spoke with great ardor"
fire
once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles)
fire
{n} what burns, heat, passion, courage, love, eruption
fire
{v} to take or set on fire, kindle, discharge firearms
fire
bake in a kiln so as to harden; "fire pottery"
Fire
Agni
Fire
fere
all-fired
completely - used when describing a quality that you think is extreme
all-fired
extremely; "you are bloody right"; "Why are you so all-fired aggressive?"
all-fired
extreme; used as an intensifier; "why is he in such an all-fired hurry?"
all-fired
extreme; used as an intensifier; "why is he in such an all-fired hurry?
coal-fired
using coal to make something work
fire
Fuel in a state of combustion, as on a hearth, or in a stove or a furnace
fire
Because of the high incidence of fires in theatres during the candle and gas lighting eras, to speak of fire whilst in a theatre is generally considered unlucky
fire
To cause a state transition See: transition
fire
go off or discharge; "The gun fired"
fire
One of the four elements The fire element finds expression in zodiac through the three signs Aries, Leo and Sagittarius and is held to represent among other things: intuition, action, spiritualty, creativity and drive toward individuality See also Earth, Air and Water
fire
One of the four classic elements of the fantasy world Also, a spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power themed around the element fire Also, a spell descriptor denoting spells that produce or use fire
fire
South; wand; powers of passion and will, the ability to act effectively, to destroy, purify and change; the qualities of the flame, heat, anger, aggression, affection, sexual desire; red, orange, gold, deep yellow; snakes, scorpions, fire ants, sparkles, the sun, the God
fire
Combustion which is rapid enough to produce a flame or glow A fire, for purposes of Property Insurance, must be "hostile," which means it is not in a place in which it is intended to be Fires in their proper contained area are called "friendly fires" and are not covered under most basic Property Insurance policies
fire
To execute a state transition See: transition
fire
Simultaneous release of heat, light, and flame, generated by the combustion of flammable material
fire
A (usually self-sustaining) chemical reaction involving the bonding of oxygen with carbon or other fuel, with the production of heat and the presence of flame or smouldering
fire
the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke; "fire was one of our ancestors' first discoveries"
fire
Combustion sufficient to product a spark, flame or glow and which is hostile (as opposed to friendly - i e not in the place where it is intended to be as in a furnace or fireplace )
fire
provide with fuel; "Oil fires the furnace"
fire
To feed or serve the fire of; as, to fire a boiler
fire
(Fuoco - foo-oh-koh) - one of the four elements of Creation, associated with the south and with the ritual spirit blade
fire
Torture by burning; severe trial or affliction
fire
hi
fire
The great shaper and transformer of the northern forest Ishkote or ashkote in the Ojibwe
fire
once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles) bake in a kiln so as to harden; "fire pottery"
fire
The splashes of color that you see when a light source enters a diamond, and is refracted back out by the angle of the facets as well as the shape, color and clarity of the diamond
fire
a fireplace in which a fire is burning; "they sat by the fire and talked"
fire
the act of firing weapons or artillery at an enemy; "hold your fire until you can see the whites of their eyes"; "they retreated in the face of withering enemy fire"
fire
results from malfunction of the internal organs or from extreme mood swings Symptoms include fever, red or bloodshot eyes, swelling, sore throat and flushed face May also include dry mouth, bleeding or inflammed gums, and a desire for cold drinks
fire
To cauterize
fire
{f} dismiss from a job; set on fire, ignite; shoot a gun; excite, inflame; glow; cast, throw; be ignited; be excited; exposed to heat; bake in a kiln (Ceramics)
fire
To drive by fire
fire
drive out or away by or as if by fire; "The soldiers were fired"; "Surrender fires the cold skepticism"
fire
To discharge artillery or firearms; as, they fired on the town
fire
Splendor; brilliancy; luster; hence, a star
fire
To be irritated or inflamed with passion
fire
ka
fire
{i} ignis
fire
start firing a weapon
fire
call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses); "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
fire
{i} act of setting on fire; flame, blaze; gunshot; bonfire; glow; excitement; passion
fire
To light up as if by fire; to illuminate
fire
To subject to intense heat; to bake; to burn in a kiln; as, to fire pottery
fire
the event of something burning (often destructive); "they lost everything in the fire"
fire
Combustion evidenced by a flame or glow Insurance distinguishes between a "hostile" fire (one out of bounds) and "friendly" fire (such as that contained within the firebox of a stove)
fire
(Feu or Incendie) To ignite, to cause burning, the chemical change in combustion producing heat and light Fire has long been used for the benefit of humans Fires heat our premises, cook our meals and are used in many manufacturing processes Such situations are known as "friendly fires " When uncontrolled, fire can be an enemy and can destroy houses, crops, lumber stands, etc Such fires are known as "hostile fires" and are the subject of insurance
fire
Rapid burning of combustible material, producing heat and usually accompanied by flame. For eons, lightning was the only source of fire. The earliest controlled use of fire seems to date to 1,420,000 years ago, but not until 7000 BC did Neolithic humans acquire reliable firemaking techniques, including friction from hardwood drills and sparks struck from flint against pyrites. Fire was used initially for warmth, light, and cooking; later it was used in fire drives in hunting and warfare, and for clearing forests of underbrush to facilitate hunting. The first agriculturalists used fire to clear fields and produce ash for fertilizer; such "slash-and-burn" cultivation is still used widely today. Fire also came to be used for firing pottery and for smelting bronze ( 3000 BC) and later iron ( 1000 BC). Much of the modern history of technology and science can be characterized as a continual increase in the amount of energy available through fire and brought under human control. fire ant fire escape Fire Island fire walking Great Fire of London Greek fire Reichstag fire Ring of Fire Saint Elmo's fire Triangle Shirtwaist Co. fire
fire
- Combustion sufficient to produce a spark, flame, or glow and which is hostile (as opposed to friendly - i e , not in the place where it is intended to be, such as in a furnace )
fire
One of the 4 classical elements, representing spirit, intuition, vitality and inspiration The fire signs are Aries, Leo, Sagittarius
fire
Ardor of passion, whether love or hate; excessive warmth; consuming violence of temper
fire
To inflame; to irritate, as the passions; as, to fire the soul with anger, pride, or revenge
fire
In property insurance, "fire" refers to the unintentional or "hostile" occurrences of flame and combustion Damage caused by fire in your fireplace, for instance, is not covered under your homeowners insurance quotes policy But if your rug were ignited by a spark from that same fireplace, you would be covered
fire
A rule is said to "fire" when its action is executed A rule fires only when its condition evaluates to true
fire
The discharge of firearms; firing; as, the troops were exposed to a heavy fire
fire
Anything which destroys or affects like fire
fire
a severe trial; "he went through fire and damnation"
fire
To animate; to give life or spirit to; as, to fire the genius of a young man
fire
To take fire; to be kindled; to kindle
fire
To cause to explode; as, to fire a torpedo; to disharge; as, to fire a musket or cannon; to fire cannon balls, rockets, etc
fire
terminate the employment of; "The boss fired his secretary today"; "The company terminated 25% of its workers"
fire
To set on fire; to kindle; as, to fire a house or chimney; to fire a pile
fire
terminate the employment of; "The boss fired his secretary today"; "The company terminated 25% of its workers
fire
Fire burns because three elements are presentheat, fuel and oxygen In technical language, fire is a chemical reaction: It happens when a material unites with oxygen so rapidly that it produces flame Think of fire as a triangle If any one of three sidesheat, fuel or oxygenis taken away, the fire goes out This is the basis for fire extinguishment Heat can be taken away by cooling, oxygen can be taken away by excluding air, fuel can be removed to a place where there is no flame, chemical reaction can be stopped by inhibiting the oxidation of the fuel
fire
Liveliness of imagination or fancy; intellectual and moral enthusiasm; capacity for ardor and zeal
fire
intense adverse criticism; "Clinton directed his fire at the Republican Party"; "the government has come under attack"; "don't give me any flak"
fire
a metaphorical quality associated with the signs Aries, Leo and Sagittarius; the 1st, 5th and 9th houses and the planets Mars, Jupiter and the Sun Fire represents the initiation of action, confidence, outreach, spontaneity, creativity, eagerness, zest, excitement and the need to do something new
fire
The, often accidental, occurrence of fire in a certain place leading to its full or partial destruction
fire
The burning of a house or town; a conflagration
fire
destroy by fire; "They burned the house and his diaries"
fire
Court decisions have held generally that there are three elements which constitute a fire within the meaning of an insurance policy: (1) Rapid oxidation (combustion) (2) Visible flame or glow (3) Hostile or unfriendly (A "hostile" fire is one which escapes the area in which it was intended to burn A "friendly" fire is one which does not exceed its intended purpose )
fire
cause to go off; "fire a gun"; "fire a bullet"
fire
a combustion accompanied by a flame or glow, which escapes from its normal confines to cause damage
fire
(Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989) An act signed into law in August 1989, by President Bush that restructured the thrift regulatory insurance system
fire
- Slang for shooting a picture Example: I pressed the shutter button to fire
fire
The evolution of light and heat in the combustion of bodies; combustion; state of ignition
gas-fired
using gas as a fuel
oil-fired
fueled with oil; "an oil-fired furnace"
oil-fired
Oil-fired heating systems and power stations use oil as a fuel. an oil-fired furnace. an oil-fired heating system burns oil to produce heat
oil-fired
fueled with oil; "an oil-fired furnace
was fired
was dismissed, was relieved of his duties
التركية - الإنجليزية
fired
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